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Antarctica IceCube Observatory discovery ‘deepens a cosmic mystery’

Scientists have hoped that ultra-high-energy neutrinos could point to sources of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays—supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies or hypernova star explosions, for instance. Now, evidence of a fourth ultra-high energy neutrino—the highest-energy neutrino yet—has been detected by the South Pole-based IceCube experiment, a project that Berkeley Lab researchers helped build and to which they currently contribute … Continue reading

The gravity of the situation: Remote viewing, gravitons and black holes

Over the years, a number of unconventional projects have been undertaken that involve attempts at tapping secret powers of the mind, which some people are allegedly able to access. Ranging from psychic abilities that involve precognition, to telepathic communication over great distances, various governments around the world have put their dollars behind projects aimed at improving intelligence operations through extra-sensory means. … Continue reading

Ginormous hidden black holes flood the universe

Pics NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) X-Ray telescope has observed a cluster of massive black holes that were hidden from Earth’s view by interstellar dust clouds. Crucially, the findings indicate that there many more holes dotted around the universe than first thought. The data, presented on Monday at the Royal Astronomical Society’s National Astronomy Meeting in Wales by George … Continue reading

Newly Released Photograph Shows Strange “Hole” In Space

Snapped using their 2.2-metre MPG/ESO telescope, the superb image above was released this week by the European Southern Observatory, showing part of the Milky Way in Ophiuchus, the much neglected thirteenth zodiac sign. Darkness in the sky can represent an absence of stars. But when marked out against a forest of stars such as this, it indicates dark molecular clouds that block out the light of everything … Continue reading

Have alien civilizations built cosmic accelerators from black holes?

Has an advanced alien civilization built a black-hole-powered particle accelerator to study physics at “Planck-scale” energies? And if such a cosmic collider is lurking in a corner of the universe, could we detect it here on Earth? Brian Lacki of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton, New Jersey, has done calculations that suggest that if such an accelerator exists, … Continue reading is your one-stop source for all news related to Planet X (Nibiru / Nemesis / Wormwood / Hercolubus), as well as its theorized effects on Earth, our weather, the sun and solar system. We also share paranormal and alternative news that may not be related to Planet X or its effects but interesting to our readers, nonetheless. All of our original articles may be reposted in full, unedited, with full attribution.

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